Kaleigh is a junior pursuing concurrent degrees in Marketing and Management with a minor in Digital Culture. In addition to her President role for AMA, Kaleigh is a Copywriter for AdWorks, the Social Media Correspondent for the W. P. Carey School of Business, and a Floor Manager at ASU Gammage.
Other campus involvement has included teaching WPC 101, serving as a Fleischer Summer Scholars Mentor, and facilitating Camp Carey. She just recently got back from Prague, where she studied abroad. Fun fact: she can solve a Rubik’s Cube in under 3 minutes.
Alexandra is a sophomore studying marketing with a minor in construction management. In addition to her participation in AMA, she is also involved in the social sorority Sigma Kappa. She is a Peer Advisor for W.P. Carey and a WPC 101 Facilitator this Fall.
When she's not doing school activities, I enjoy traveling, working out, going to the beach and hanging out with friends!
Alexandra O' Brien
Vice President of Partnerships
Matthew Jurenka is a developer, music enthusiast, and human being studying Computer Science as a Sophomore. As Vice President of Conference he coordinates ASU’s attendance at International Collegiate Conference 2021 and designs the website, among other things. Outside of AMA, he works as a full stack developer at SolarSPELL, is involved with Alpha Kappa Psi, and enjoys rock climbing in his free time.
Vice President of Conference
Fitz is a junior pursuing concurrent degrees Entrepreneurship and Marketing with an honors certificate in Consulting.
He is also the VP of Marketing for ASU's Music Industry Club. He has worked as a marketing intern with 80/20 Records and CO+HOOTS.
Outside of school he has a career as an alt-pop musician—Fitz Leland.
Vice President of Marketing
Evan is a sophomore from Michigan. He is pursing a degree in Marketing and a certificate in Applied Business Data Analytics. In addition to his involvement in AMA, he will be serving as an E-Board Member for ASU's Pro Sales Club. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, biking, spending time with friends, and playing sports.
Co-Vice President of Social Impact
Alexis is a junior in Barrett pursuing dual degrees in business data analytics and marketing.
She is AMA’s former VP of Marketing and is involved with global ambassadors and Leader’s Academy.
Off campus, she works as the treasurer and financial director of a Phoenix City Council Campaign and a a barista at Starbucks.
Vice President of Finance
Damijah is a sophomore studying Marketing at Arizona State University. He serves as the Executive Vice President of Adiminstration for AMA. Damijah is also President for the Hassyampa Acadamic Village Residential Council and member of the W.P. Carey Deans Advisory Council, Next Generation Service Corps. Damijah takes pride in learning and continually challenging himself.
Vice President of Administration
Andreya is a sophomore currently majoring in Marketing, with a certificate in Business Data Analytics. Off-campus, she works as a Marketing and Communications Intern for the Herberger Theater Center, with the long-term goal of working in non-profit marketing.
When not studying, Andreya enjoys baking, crafting, hanging out with her friends, and watching theatre shows.
Co-Vice President of Social Impact
Nate is a senior at Arizona State University pursuing concurrent degrees in Marketing and Management. He is the VP of Sponsorships for the AMA and previously, a sales intern at TMC Transportation. His career goals involve owning his own company and becoming a marketing mogul. In his free time, he enjoys reading, sports, and traveling.
Vice President of Sponsorships
Dr. John Eaton,
Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2002; MBA, University of Toledo, 1990; B.A., University of Michigan, 1988
Marketing management: Market strategy and performance relationships, brand equity and brand community, sponsorship effects on brand image; Consumer behavior: Brand image and personality, retail design atmospherics, role of emotions and expectations
Arizona State University: 2006-present. Previous Appointments: University of Arizona, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
2018. Recipient, University Outstanding Faculty Advisor, Pitchfork Awards
2017 Recipient, Huizingh Outstanding Service to Students, W. P. Carey
School of Business
2016 Recipient, Huizingh Outstanding Undergraduate Professor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2015 Finalist, Huizingh Outstanding Undergraduate Professor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2015 Nominee, Associated Students of ASU Centennial Professorship Award
2014 Finalist, University Outstanding Faculty Advisor, Pitchfork Awards
2014 Nominee, Associated Students of ASU Centennial Professorship Award
2013 Recipient, Huizingh Outstanding Service to Students, W. P. Carey School of Business
2013 Finalist, Outstanding Faculty Advisor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2013 Nominee, Associated Students of ASU Centennial Professorship Award
2012 Finalist, Outstanding Faculty Advisor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2011 Recipient, Huizingh Outstanding Honors Professor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2010 Recipient, Huizingh Outstanding Undergraduate Professor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2009 Recipient, John W. Teets Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher Award,
W. P. Carey School of Business
2009 Recipient, W. P. Carey School of Business Faculty Advisor of the Year Award
2008 Finalist, John W. Teets Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher Award, W. P. Carey School of Business
2008 Finalist, Outstanding Faculty Advisor, W. P. Carey School of Business
2000 Recipient, John W. Teets Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award, W. P. Carey School of Business
1999 Finalist, College of Business Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award
1999 Recipient, Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award Department of Marketing
1997 Recipient, College of Business Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher
Vice Chair Communications, Sports and Special Events Special Interest Group, American Marketing Association, 2004-2006
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Director, Marketing Communications, Edison Industrial Systems Center, Toledo, OH
Eaton, John P. and Michael P. Mokwa (2008), "Conventional Validity of Economic Impact Studies: Lessons Learned on the Road to the Super Bowl," 2008 Sport Marketing Association Annual Conference.
Eaton, John P. and Michael P. Mokwa (2007), "Collegiate Athletic Marketing Practices: The Effect of Moderators on the Relationship between Market Orientation and Performance," 2007 Sport Marketing Association Annual Conference.
Eaton, John P. and Michael P. Mokwa (2006), "Measuring Performance in Collegiate Athletics: Conceptualizing Beyond Convention," 2006 Sport Marketing Association Annual Conference.